Earth Bound Power #7 (The Son is Risen) by Carin Fausett

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Earth Bound Power #7 (The Son is Risen) by 

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  • Selected design printed on both sides
  • Concealed zipper for aesthetic wonderment
  • Soft yet hard wearing 100% spun Polyester Poplin fabric
  • Dry or Spot Clean Only

This is part of the Earth Bound Power Series. The series can be seen in two ways, one a Rothko, Mondrian power line study with birds. Or in a religious light.
The painting is about man’s power, and death being bound to the earth. . .though God’s power is not bound to the earth. Obviously the sun symbolizes the Son of God, risen from death. The birds are on the power lines, they are mankind, not yet in flight, not yet risen to heaven.

Acrylic on panel. To be shown in the Springville Museum in Utah – Sept. 10 – Oct. 15 2010.

Making art since 1978. B.F.A. from BYU in 1995, emphasis fine art, sculpture. I love God and my family. Life mottos: Never give up, Most things can be fixed, Life is not a dress rehearsal, and our imperfections make us perfect.

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  • Kensoi
    Kensoiover 4 years ago

    This Is Really Beautiful Work.
    What A Beautiful Looking Museum Also. Wishing You All The Best When You Show This Piece. I Also Like The Two Choices You Gave To This Piece :)

  • People see from their experiences, view points can’t be forced upon them, we see what we know. . . The show is coming up so fast, I feel like there is not enough time. Thank you for your support, Redbubble has a terrific group of artists! :)

    – Carin Fausett

  • emel
    emelover 4 years ago

    nicely done! love it

  • Appreciate your feedback, thanks! :)

    – Carin Fausett

  • Kim  Calvert
    Kim Calvertover 4 years ago

    Such incredible work and message here..!!

  • Thank you, art seems so much more, if it is about something dear to you! :)

    – Carin Fausett

  • © Pauline Wherrell
    © Pauline Wher...over 4 years ago

    Very intriguing piece of work with a message!

  • Thank you you’re awesome! :)

    – Carin Fausett

  • Simon Groves
    Simon Grovesover 4 years ago

    I love your wording with this piece, I like this one Carin!

  • Thanks, it’s the best to get such good support! :)

    – Carin Fausett

  • dasSuiGeneris
    dasSuiGenerisover 4 years ago

    I love the spiritual overtones you had with the creation of this work of art. The painting is very beautiful, and your description is excellent. I love the varying degrees of light and darkness in the painting… almost like an examination of the existence of the good and evil that mankind lives in while here on earth. Very Nice Work Carin!

  • Love the way you think! That’s what it’s about, the contrast and direction of good and evil. Thank you so much for your comment, made my day! :)

    – Carin Fausett

  • dasSuiGeneris
    dasSuiGenerisover 4 years ago

    Oh, I’m happy to hear that!

  • boxofclouds
    boxofcloudsover 4 years ago

    glorious! :)

  • samyukthak
    samyukthakalmost 4 years ago

    I love your style, the balance of colors and the messages that go along with them :)

  • Freelance
    Freelanceabout 3 years ago

    You have a personal style and a powerful reason to do what you do in your statement… compliments~

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